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Manufacturing facilities to pay thousands in fines for workplace violations
Manufacturing facilities to pay thousands in fines for workplace violations

March 24, 2013

A pair of manufacturing facilities are under fire from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for a series of health and safety violations that together amount to more than $100,000. Continue reading

Idaho universities slowly chipping away at backlogged maintenance
Idaho universities slowly chipping away at backlogged maintenance

March 20, 2013

When Idaho state legislators came together for the latest lawmaking session, members pushing for more funds to be directed at deferred campus maintenance gave presentations that were meant to sway other lawmakers into action. Continue reading

Ohio town council agrees to replace aging fleet of municipal trucks
Ohio town council agrees to replace aging fleet of municipal trucks

March 19, 2013

One town in Ohio has found that if it pays for a new feet of various trucks, it will pay higher costs up front, but by choosing the right vehicles and implementing the proper fleet maintenance program, the town will ultimately save in the long run. Continue reading

Indiana University system updates plans for deferred maintenance
Indiana University system updates plans for deferred maintenance

March 11, 2013

Indiana has been struggling to get its universities’ maintenance costs under control for years, and now, the system is looking at exactly what it will take to up upgrade campus maintenance procedures Continue reading

OSHA cites Nebraska company for worker injuries during maintenance operations
OSHA cites Nebraska company for worker injuries during maintenance operations

March 6, 2013

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a part of the U.S. Department of Labor, announced on March 4 that it had cited Henningsen Foods Inc. with seven alleged safety violations that were uncovered during an inspection following an incident that left two employees badly burned. Continue reading

Wireless show touts the benefits of machine-to-machine technology for asset maintenance
Wireless show touts the benefits of machine-to-machine technology for asset maintenance

March 4, 2013

New technology is helping to pave the way for advanced maintenance strategies that use wireless technologies and machine-to-machine communications to give better insight into the health of company assets. Continue reading

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